Damján Ocsovay Trio (HU)
- Damján Ocsovay - keyboards, vocals
- Tamás Heilig - bass guitar
- Levente Boros - drums
Active as a pianist, singer and composer, Damján Ocsovay is currently a member of MÖRK and several other Hungarian bands. In his trio, founded in 2021, his two bandmates Tamás Heilig (Punnany Massif) and Levente Boros (Amoeba) are sought-after participants of the Hungarian underground and hip-hop scene. Their repertoire consists mainly of their own compositions and covers. Their unique musical style draws from various trends and genres. Jazz harmonies serve as the keystone, interspersed with hip-hop, funk, indie, sometimes surprising elements and interesting musical twists, all set to energetic grooves. For them, the experience of making music is fulfilled by the energy of playing together.
Tickets are available for 2000 HUF on the spot, online at bmc.jegy.hu, and at InterTicket Jegypont partners across Hungary.
Table reservations are automatically added during ticket purchase.
Please note that if you purchase an odd number of seats, you might have to share the table with others, especially if the concert is sold out.
For the best dining experience please arrive around 7pm.
We hold reservations until 8pm.
For more information, please call +36 1 216 7894
Damján Ocsovay wins the Gábor Winand International Jazz Vocal Competition
The Hungarian Jazz Association recently commemorated Gábor Winand Winand, a highly acclaimed jazz singer who passed away last year, with an international jazz singing competition. After the online selection round, the ten semi-finalists performed on 12 April 2022, and on 13 April the audience was treated to the five finalists.
The competition was open to young jazz singers aged between 18 and 32, with a professional jury made up of Gábor Winand's wife, Cuban-born jazz singer Elsa Valle, David Linx from the UK and Hungarian jazz singer Kriszta Pocsai. Ten young talents were shortlisted for the semi-finals, and the best of them will take to the stage of the Budapest Jazz Club on 13 April for the public final. The competition, organised by the Budapest Music Center and the Petőfi Cultural Agency with the support of singer Júlia Karosi, member of the association's board, attracted a surprisingly large number of entries, a total of forty-six from seven countries.
More details in Hungarian at Fidelio Online